Favourite font ?
Posted 05 May 2015 - 12:48 AM
As a pro desginer... I prefer to use Simple, Bold and clean fonts like Helvetica, Gotham, ITC Avant Garde, and Custom Made Trajan Pro and avoid generic fonts like Ethnocentric, Harabara, Bitsumishi, Satisfaction etc....
Posted 09 July 2018 - 06:29 PM
I donâ€™t have a favourite font, that would be like having a favourite child, itâ€™s just wrong.
There are lots of fonts I like, and they change depending on the task in hand.
But still if I was to choose just one, I'd probably go with Myriad Pro.
Because I can give the most reasons for it. It can be fancy, it can be neutral, it can be invisible or it can be eye-catching. It can be ugly and it can be classy, it can be bland and it can be beautiful. It is everywhere, but it maintains a certain distinction.
I might also probably go with calibri because it brought down Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Well, The case began last year with the disclosure of the Panama Papers, a trove of leaked documents from Mossack Fonseca, a law firm providing offshore financial services.
The leaked papers revealed connections between the Sharif family and four properties at Avenfield House, a luxury building on Park Lane, in the heart of Londonâ€™s ultrawealthy Mayfair district.
The properties were held by two Panama-based offshore companies. The Supreme Court heard that e-mails and documents showed that the sole shareholder of the two companies was Mr. Sharif's daughter, Maryam.
She produced a letter dated february 2006, stating that she was just the trustee of those assets, on behalf of her brother Hussain.
However, an investigative team set up by the court ordered a forensic analysis of the letter. They found that the trust deed was produced in the Calibri font.
Calibri, which was commissioned by Microsoft for its Windows operating system, began appearing in pre-release "beta" versions in 2004 that were being tested by professionals.
However, it was not commercially available until Jan. 31, 2007, the investigating team said in its report.
Isn't it interesting that how a font can prove someone guilty!!!
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